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Mary Plummer

Mary Elizabeth Plummer was an American-born pupil of and later the wife of Georges Clemenceau, Prime Minister of France during Third Republic. Clemenceau arrived in the United States in 1865 after fleeing France due to involvement in radical political activism during the regime of Napoleon III. He eventually taught at a girls school in Stamford, Connecticut, which Plummer attended. The two wed in 1869 and moved to France a year later. Together they had three... Read More

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